Eatock Primary School
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Our mission statement is ‘giving wings to fly’ It is our mission to ensure children are equipped with all the necessary skills, knowledge and attributes which enable them to fulfil their potential and live happy and successful lives.
Operating as usual
We have all enjoyed singing Christmas songs around the tree this afternoon. We wish you all a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
If anyone would like our Christmas tree, please phone the office by 2pm today.
It needs to be collected from school on Wednesday morning and you would need assistance to put into a car.
(Decorations not included)
Well done to all the children, who took part in our Christmas Carol Service. Year 6 readers were fantastic and everyone’s singing was beautiful. Thank you to everyone who came. We hope you all have a wonderful Christmas.
Reception Christmas Party!
Musical Instrument Concert
Today our children (who are taught by specialist music teachers) have performed with their musical instrument in front of the school. We are very proud of them and their talents. The audience were also very supportive - well done Eatock! Here are some photographs of the children performing.
This week Year 5 have had a very busy week! We had a lovely time at the Pantomime in Bolton, watching Cinderella. On Tuesday, we loved singing for our families in our showcase and parting in the afternoon. In Science, we have planned and investigated how salt dissolves in water. We observed over time and noticed the liquid had evaporated and left the salt in the container. We have also finished our golden write which was to write a newspaper report on Alexander the Great’s death. Finally, we have started to build our Parthenon using skills such as cutting, measuring and gluing.
We’ve engaged in lots of festive activities in Reception this week. On Monday, we enjoyed our grown ups joining us for Christmas Crafts Day. We’ve baked Christmas gingerbreads, written cards and made Christmas lists. We’ve also enjoyed Christmas yoga! We had a few visits from Dazzle the cat, we read stories to her and made cat toys for her too!
Year 2 have had a very exciting week! On Monday, we went to watch the pantomime Cinderella in Bolton- we loved it! Oh yes we did! In Geography, we used maps and globes to identify the hottest and coldest places on Earth. We talked about the Equator and the North and South Pole. We have also been doing lots of festive crafts and art. We have made Christmas trees, party hats and reindeer food! We also had a fantastic party day and enjoyed playing lots of party games and dancing. Year 2 enjoyed the service at the church and we all sang beautifully!
We have had a fun and very busy week in Year 4! We started the week off with our visit to Victoria Halls in Bolton to watch the pantomime of Cinderella. The children had a really good time. In Maths, we played different games to recap our learning in Year 4 so far. The games involved fractions, classifying shapes, place value and times tables. In Science, History and Geography, we completed some assessments. In D.T, we planned, designed, made and evaluated a crocodile, which involved applying a pneumatic mechanism to its mouth to make it move (using balloons and straws). In P.E, we used our rugby skills, working in teams to create a Santa model using rugby balls, bibs, cones and hoops. In Art, we made calendars. We have had our Key Stage Christmas parties and a party for our 100% attendance winners and the winning house. Well done to all those children, who have attended school every day since the start of Year 4!! Finally, after lots of rehearsals, we had our wonderful Carol Service at St James’ Church. It was a lovely way to end the week and put us all in the Christmas Spirit! We are very proud of the children and would also like to thank all parents/carers for supporting them by coming to watch them performing.
Year 3 have had a busy week!
On Monday, we enjoyed the Cinderella Pantomime at the Victoria Halls in Bolton. On Tuesday, we had our KS2 Christmas Party. We have also had a fun Food Technology Week. On Tuesday, we carried our sensory evaluations. We looked at, smelt, felt and tasted a selection of wraps and recorded adjectives to describe them. Following this, we designed new wraps with more exciting and healthy fillings for the Y1 children's Christmas Party. On Wednesday, we chopped, sliced, spread, rolled and grated different ingredients to create new healthy wraps for Y1. On Thursday, the Y1 children ate our wraps and enjoyed them! On Thursday, we retold the Christian story of Christmas and illustrated it. On Friday, we learnt about the different parts of volcano and developed our understanding of how a volcano erupts. We also sang beautifully at St James Church as part of the Eatock Carol Service! Well done Year 3!
Year 1 has had a great week full of Christmassy activities. On Monday, we had a fantastic time watching Cinderella. We have enjoyed our Christmas Party Day, making crafts and enjoying some delicious food. We made Christingles to understand how Christians celebrate Christmas. We have continued with our shape work focussing on 2d and 3d shapes. We have been enjoying playing in Len’s den reading lots of tricky words and playing games with each other. We are looking forward to performing in the Church this afternoon. What a busy week!
What a fun filled festive week we have had in Year 6!
We loved the panto, danced at our Christmas party, made cakes and created some fabulous art on the style of Bob Ross!
We hope to see you at the church soon for the Carol Service!
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KS1 and KS2 had a fantastic time at the Cinderella Pantomime today.
Choir went to the Masonic Hall to perform on Friday night. We are so proud of them and their beautiful singing. Thank you to all parents/carers who came to watch them perform.
Year 6 have had a lovely day today!! We have designed and painted our own Christmas bauble, made calendars and baked our very own gingerbread stars, which we iced and decorated before we ate them!
Earlier in the week, in Science, we conducted an experiment to help explain how animals adapted overtime to help their species survive. Using pegs, scissors, spoons and tweezers to mimick a bird’s beak, we picked up bird seed which shows how the shape of beak is better for feeding.
We completed another Golden Write where we wrote a descriptive piece about working down a coal mine. We used features such as similes and metaphors as well as fronted adverbials.
In Maths, we have practiced a range of SATs style questions, which we have done really well with.
In Music, we have continued learning how to read music and play tunes together effectively.
We have also had a competition winner in our class - the Rotary Club Christmas Card Competition!!! Well done!!!!
Have a lovely weekend, see you all on Monday.
Y3 have been learning a lot!
In Science, we have been comparing materials and finding out which one was the most reflective and which one was the least. In Art, we have been using a range of media to create a winter scene. In English, we have used verbs, adverbs and conjunctions to teach others how to trap a Bone Crunching Giant! In Maths, we have been naming and discussing the properties of 2D and 3D shapes. We have also made models of 3D shapes using cocktail sticks and playdough. In History, we looked at the impact on Stone Age inventions. We discussed how inventions or discoveries were used in the Stone Age and how they are used now. In Geography, we started our learning on volcanoes. On Friday, we celebrated Bedtime Story Day. We created our own mini story books, made book marks and read with Year 5. We also created wooden Christmas decorations. Today, at lunchtime, it was our Christmas Dinner and we really enjoyed it! Have a lovely weekend.
Year 2 have had another lovely week! In Maths, we have used our knowledge of number facts to subtract across a 10. In English, we have been doing lots of reading activities and finished our super reports about owls. We have completed evaluations on our bags that we have made and are looking forward to taking them home next week. In PE, we played an alien invasion game and practised our throwing and catching skills. In Science, we learnt about the famous scientist Charles Mackintosh and that he invented waterproof fabric. We also learnt how plastic was made. We have finished our Christmas cards and calendars and can’t wait to share them with you next week! We enjoyed Christmas jumper day and bedtime story day too. We had a trip to the library and completed lots of fun reading activities.
Year 1 have had a lovely week. We have enjoyed Christmas Jumper Day, Christmas Dinner and Bedtime Story Day. We have been learning about why Christians celebrate Christmas. We acted out the story of the Nativity and recapped our learning on what a religion is. We have made special cards and calendars to take home, practising our painting skills using brush strokes. We also had a great time on Wednesday showing our special grown-ups our classroom and our learning this term. In Maths, we have been naming 2d and 3d and making Christmas items out of these shapes. Also, the evil pea went missing this week so we made posters to try and find him, keep your eyes peeled! What a great week!
We have had a very busy week in Year 4! In Maths, we have been calculating fractions of amounts, finding equivalent fractions and solving word problems. In English, we have been using inverted commas in speech, using conjunctions and looking at apostrophes in contractions with a focus on spelling. In Science, we have been investigating: what damages our teeth, ways of protecting our teeth, the importance of having different types of teeth and the role of teeth in the digestive system. In P.E, we carried on with our rugby skills (catching and throwing the ball). In D.T, we looked at pneumatics using balloons, straws, syringes and tubes. We learnt that air pressure causes objects to move. In Art, we made Christmas cards. Finally, we had a fabulous Bedtime Story Day. We read stories to the children in Year 6 and they read to us, we made bookmarks, created a new book character and wrote a short story based on the “The Santa Trap” by Jonathan Emmett, did book reviews and designed book covers. Finally, we enjoyed having our Christmas dinner at lunchtime today.
Year 5 have had a fantastic week. In Maths, we have been learning how to read and write decimals as fractions. Also we have been writing percentages as fractions. In English, we have used fronted adverbials, conjunctions, relative clauses and adverbs in preparation for our Golden Write. In Science, we looked at how does a container of salt water change over time. During DT, we started to create out Greek Structure(Parthenon) and talked about each step we would take to build it and what materials we need. Finally, we have enjoyed Bedtime Story Day. We created a bookmark, solved a Maths mystery, created a character for a book and made a book biscuit. We also enjoyed reading with Year 3. Well done Year 5.
In Reception this week, we have linked the learning to Christmas. We have learnt about the Christmas story and have been retelling it using small world toys. In our Outdoor Education lesson, we made Christmas decorations. Today, we enjoyed a traditional Christmas dinner at lunchtime. We loved the crackers and the jokes! A big ‘thank you’ to our school cooks for preparing this for us, we really enjoyed it. Also this week, we’ve made reindeer hats, written Christmas cards and made Christmas lists. The highlight of our week was performing our nativity, Born in a Barn, for our families.
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